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Sep 2, 2012 5:30pm PDT
in oklahoma city. very hot through houston as well as los angeles. much cooler for you in vancouver. 20 degrees. as for europe, going to be very stormy for central parts of the mediterranean. and then the remnants of another tropical system in iceland. up into norway as well. and temperatures are just about on average across the continent. here's the extended forecast. >>> our lead story for this hour, surveyors from tokyo have conducted a survey of the senkaku islands. japan controls the islands in the south china sea. tokyo governor ordered the inspection. he wants the metropolitan government to buy three uninhabited islands from a japanese family. the japanese government prohibited the 25-member team from landing. so they surveyed the area from their ships. some team members switched to smaller boats to study the waters and shore around the largest island. >> translator: we will use the data for the purchase and good use of the islands. >> sakamachi said they need to land to properly measure the island's size and inspect the ecosystem. the governor says he'll return next month. he's
Sep 23, 2012 5:30pm PDT
locations. but exception is going to be the south. 33 in houston and 28 degrees expected in los angeles on monday. here's the extended forecast. >>> our lead stories this hour, chinese and japanese officials were to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic ties this week with a ceremony in beijing but organizers have called it off. the two sides can't get over their dispute on the senkaku islands in the east china sea. the association had planned the event for this thursday but staff say the organizers said they wanted to postpone the ceremony for awhile. embassy officials interpreted that to mean the event was canceled. the organizers said the japanese government had ruined the atmosphere for the ceremony. had china's leaders claim the island were chinese territory. former minister and other leaders will still meet with japanese members of the association. the state-run xinhua news agency quoted a spokesperson saying china remains committed to promoting friendship with japan. a senior japanese embassy official said the chinese want to use the private meetings to urge the japanese to compromise
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